why doesn't wmp 10 copy to cds in the same order as my burn list?

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by skuterpu, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. skuterpu

    skuterpu Guest

    This is the first time I have burned an audio cd from my library with wmp 10.
    I don't like it. My first try came out blank, there was nothing copied to
    the cd. Not sure what I did wrong. Now I can't get the burn list to copy to
    the cd in the order I have arranged! Why? I have one song I really love,
    but for some reason it has lots of dead space (if that is what its called)
    before finally there is a drum that thumps for a few seconds, because of that
    I want that particular song last. But wmp won't let me! Hope someone can
    help. Thanks!
     
    skuterpu, Dec 17, 2004
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  2. skuterpu

    zachd [ms] Guest

    A: The 'dead space' is due to how Redbook audio CDs work (vs Extended
    Redbook), IIRC. Sorry, WMP doesn't support gaplessness. Use Nero if you
    want that.
    B: It'll burn in the established playlist order, if you're burning an audio
    CD. What order do you get?

    --
    (speaking for myself and doing this in my free time)
    See http://www.zachd.com/pss/pss.html for some helpful WMP info.
    Following up to your post with the resolution is good netiquette.
    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
    Now Playing: "Track 5" by "DJ Low Bee" in WMP10.
     
    zachd [ms], Jan 4, 2005
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  3. skuterpu

    SRT Guest

    What about burning a WMA HighMat format disc? I wan to burn 10 or more
    albums or CDs that have been ripped to my library, and I cannot get it to
    burn the songs in the order that matches the original album/CD order and as
    they are shown on the "burn" list. It orders the song first by track number
    (i.e., all the no. "1" songs first, in alphabetical order; followed by all
    the no. "2" songs in alphabetical order, etc). Surely there has to be a way
    to order by song number for each individual album/CD, or at least as a
    minimum group all of the songs by original album/CD if you can't order them
    by proper sequence for the album. Otherwise, I'm going to have to find a new
    media software!

    thanks for any help or advice,
    srt
     
    SRT, Mar 5, 2006
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  4. Easy to burn but the playback order is only going to work on
    HighMat-comaptible hardware.


    I wan to burn 10 or more
    Yes, it's basically like a big floppy disc.
    You have to do it manually for regular data CDs. WMP is not going to help.
     
    Mike Williams, Mar 5, 2006
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  5. skuterpu

    SRT Guest

    Thanks for the info Mike.

    I have an audio player in one of my vehicles that will play mp3, WMA, etc,
    type files; and I have one or more DVD players that are also supposed to play
    those type of files. Tried the disc in the automobile player and it played
    fine, but then I realized from the very first song that it wasn't playing any
    of the songs in the order that it should.

    Good to know trying to use WMP is a waste of time. I'll try Roxio or some
    other brand media software. Any recommendations?

    srt
     
    SRT, Mar 6, 2006
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